April 27, 2015

Family Affair at Bronx Museum of the Arts

Welcome spring’s long-awaited arrival at The Bronx Museum of the Arts! Explore healthy living and contemporary art through art activities and tours of our current exhibitions Three Photographers from the Bronx and Cuba Libre! Special guest workshop from the Bronx Children’s Museum For children 12 and under with parent/guardian Pre-register here to skip the line. ¡De la bienvenida a la tan esperada llegada de la primavera en el Museo de

Entertaining with Peapod + Giveaway!

If you haven’t already heard- Peapod, Stop and Shop’s delivery service, just expanded their coverage in the 5 boroughs. Just in time for those upcoming summer BBQs or basic shopping lists that allow you to spend more outdoor time with family and loved ones. To celebrate, we had some fun hosting a dinner party with friends- and are including YOU in on the fun by giving away a $100 gift

Nearby: GatewayCON 2015

Posted by: Eric Katechis FREE GatewayCON event is in its fourth year and is a student run event. This year, it will be held at the Yonkers Riverfront Public Library located at 1 Larkin Center in Yonkers, NY. At the event, youth showcase and sell their artwork as well as the many guest artists that  have been invited to participate (Denis Kavvadias Art, Derwin Roberson, etc). There will be many fun

May at Bronx Museum of the Arts

Friday, May 1, 6:00pm to 10:00pm First Fridays! Dance  Four extraordinary artists from Soledad Barrio and Noche Flamenca will perform traditional flamenco presenting a range of comedy, joy, and sadness through dance. Artist and choreographer Nia Love will perform her new project entitled Recognize, an exploration of interpersonal relationships, with her young son, virtuoso drummer Kojo Roney. Saturday, May 2, 1:00pm to 4:00pm Family Affair: Spring Fever Welcome spring’s long

Donate Life: How You Can Help

Did you know… The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services currently reports there are “more than 123,000 patients who are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant.” A little over a year ago a cousin of mine lost her daughter to a drunk driver. In her passing, she left behind two beautiful girls. While I did not have a chance to grow up with my cousin who was my age